Light Me Up Before You Go-Go
Open your ears to the future with a simple voice-activation system which can interface with smart lighting, a security system and speakers. It will “wow” open-house goers testing out the tech during their walk-through, and make your home stand out in their minds.
You only get one chance at a first impression, so make sure the first thing buyers see – the front door – stands out. A smart lock with digital keypad eliminates the need for additional keys and makes locking and opening so much easier. On top of that, you can also program them to give access to guests at certain times or unlock them remotely.
Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em
If you want to sell peace of mind along with your home, think about putting in a set of smart smoke detectors. These clever little devices monitor carbon monoxide levels and can identify the exact location of smoke or fire in the house. Everyone wants to know their new home is safe and secure, and listing this tech gadget can provide that reassurance.
Smart-home entertainment systems are a huge draw to a generation who has a playlist for everything from cooking to crafting. Being able to listen to their favorite jams anywhere in the house simply by syncing up their phone is a draw. Think about setting up a home-wide smart speaker system that will blow potential buyers away.
A digital doorbell adds to the curb appeal of a smart-home enthusiast – they see one and want in. These nifty little bell camera combos connect to a smartphone or tablet and allow you to see and speak to who’s ringing. They work in the dark and record footage before the bell is rung, which is a smart security measure.
By adding at least three smart-home devices to your home, you'll improve your listing's chances of getting lots of "likes". These high-tech home helpers not only digitize the home's inner workings, they all add immediate value and huge return on investment.
Article by: HGTV